Tennessee announced the additions of former Alabama offensive lineman Brandon Kennedy and former Michigan State running back Madre London as graduate transfers on Tuesday.Both will be eligible to play this season. Kennedy has two years of eligibility remaining, while London has one.Kennedy chose Tennessee over Auburn. He graduated from Alabama in December, though his transfer was delayed when the Tide put restrictions on his release that blocked him from having contact with other SEC programs. However, the rule allowing such was changed at the SEC spring meetings last month, which paved the way for Kennedy to proceed with his transfer.Kennedy adds depth to a Tennessee offensive line that sorely needs it. Trey Smith missed spring practice due to a medical issue, and Chance Hall is coming back from a knee injury.London, meanwhile, announced his intent to transfer to Tennessee in March.